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Horace and Morris but Mostly Dolores. Different Kinds of Pronouns. Day 1. The pronouns I , he , she , we , and they are used as subjects of sentences. The pronouns me, him, her, us , and them are used after action verbs. The pronouns you and it can be used anywhere in a sentence.

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horace and morris but mostly dolores

Horace and Morris but Mostly Dolores

Different Kinds of Pronouns

day 1
Day 1
  • The pronouns I, he, she, we, and they are used as subjects of sentences.
  • The pronouns me, him, her, us, and them are used after action verbs.
  • The pronouns you and it can be used anywhere in a sentence.
draw lines to match the underlined words to the pronouns
Pam and I were riding our bikes.

Pam’s bike got a flat tire.

I called my dad.

My dad drove Pam home.

Pam thanked my dad and me.

her

him

it

us

we

Draw lines to match the underlined words to the pronouns.
day 2 circle the pronoun in each sentence tell if it s in the subject or after the action verb
Day 2-Circle the pronoun in each sentence. Tell if it’s in the subject or after the action verb.
  • Sally helped me ride a bike.
  • It got a flat tire.
  • Dad drove over and found us.
  • He took Sally home.
day 2 continues
Day 2 Continues
  • Choose the pronoun in () to take the place of the underlined noun.
  • Friends help each other. (They, Them)
  • Dee gave Morris singing lessons. (he, him)
  • Boris helped Alice skate. (He, Him)
  • Paul read Nancy a story. (she, her)
  • Pablo mad Jan and Ray soup. (them, they)
  • How can you help your friends? (we, us)
day 3 choose the correct word to take the place of the underlined word it we her us they she
Day 3-Choose the correct word to take the place of the underlined word.it, we, her, us, they, she
  • Jon and I will go exploring.
  • Lisa told Jon and me about a good place.
  • Lisa said we could explore there.
  • We asked Lisa where the place is.
  • Lisa said the place is in the library
  • Our adventures would be in books.
day 4 circle the pronoun to complete each sentence
Day 4-Circle the pronoun to complete each sentence.
  • (We, Us) have a new clubhouse
  • Dad helped (we, us) with the work.
  • All my friends like (he, it).
  • (They, Them) bring games and books
  • (We, Us) like cheese
  • Mom gave (we, us) two new cheeses.
  • My sister liked (them, they) very much
  • (Him, He) wanted some cheese too.